Fraser Place Central Seoul
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... and it was a good bonding session with my host family, who I didn't really see much of this week. So, this week has been pretty fun. The stuff after work was relaxing and really made the week go faster. I might give the yoga a pass because it was pretty pricey, but bachata might be a thing. It'd be nice if I could pick some of it up in the next month or so. Coming up on the weekend is som Ghibli and fishing and Hwacheon. Post and pictures coming up ...
... did say 40 kg... I’m not made for this backpacking game, am I?
As my little hotel appeared and I stepped inside, Kidae, the
owner, was there with a big smile and warm welcome. The room is traditional Korean which means
that the bed sits on a raised plinth, about six inches or so high, under
which there is heating (not on at this
time of year as it’s about 25/28c at the moment in Seoul). Apparently the Koreans ...
For all you cat lovers out there, here is the blog for you, please check the photos...
Earlier this year, Mary and Lou came to Seoul for a few days, and they stumbled across this cat cafe in Myeongdong, so Lou took me here to show me what the fuzz was about... I heard about the cats & dogs cafe in Japan & Korea, but never ever been to one myself, I was quite excited about the visit!
First, we found the mascot that we saw the other night on the ...
... lunar new year is coming closer, time to learn how to cook 떡국, that is traditional ricecake soup. Thanks to CJ Group I had to chance to join a cooking class where we prepared yummy beefstock-ricecake soup and kimchi pancake (김치부침ᄶ 0;) with squid. Of course we ate it on the spot! :-)
... have met some great people here in Korea to explore with. It is always fun discovering a new country, however it is much more fun when you have someone by your side to share the experiences with.
New things I have learned:
-Koreans apparently love the word "Story." Every other store has the word story in the name-Nail Story, Cafe Story, Storyway, Hangul characters and then the word story in english....I am very curious as to where this obsession ...